- Grammar: Infinitive of Purpose -> A. Identify and underline each infinitive of purpose
=> B. Write your answers to the questions 1 and 4 in three sentences using infinitives of purpose.
- Writing Skill: Describing a Process-> A. Underline the time order words
-> B. Number the Steps=> C. Write the process using time order words.
Blog “Spam Musubi”
Unit Assignment: Write a paragraph describing a process-> A. Brainstorm -> B. Select a Topic
Blog Organize the steps in order, an introductory message to the reader and a topic sentence
=> Write a paragraph to describe the process. Refer to p.117.
Inside Reading Unit 9 True and Faults
=> Blog Review the summary of the article in four to six sentences/100 words.
☆ Points are well covered. media=> the media is/are, sing/pl, voice
=> Revise the errors of the summary => Post the model summary
- Reading Skill-A. Note the events in the textbook. => Pair
- Study and predict the meaning => Pair
- [L44-49] All of them undermine the public’s trust in the reality of news photographs.
Actually, that’s good. The public tends to assign too much “reality” to what they see in photographs anyway. We should approach all news photos as somewhat unreal.
[L44] undermine to weaken confidence or authority gradually or insidiously ; weaken, hurt, impair, ruin
[L47] assign sth to sth to attribute to a specified cause, origin, or source; ascribe: to ~ a stone cross to the Vikings. - assign sth to sb to attribute sth to sb; to blame sth on sb: ~ the blame to sb. ~ed the responsibility for the accident to the driver. [L48] approach to start to deal with in a certain way; face, deal with: to ~ a problem/task/project
- [L50-52] What does it mean for a photograph to be true? That it captures what we would perceive if we were standing where the camera was? <= Need to clarify
- [L74-75] You can see how quickly the situation gets confused.
- [L94-97] What you see when you contemplate a news photo is what you’re told to see.
Sometimes perception is controlled by what you’re allowed to see.
[L94] contemplate to look at or view with continued attention; observe or study thoughtfully: ~ the stars.
- to consider thoroughly; think fully or deeply about: ~ a difficult problem. - to have as a purpose; intend, plan
- [L119] Needless to say, news photographers shouldn’t doctor photographs any more than reporters should
make up quotes.
doctor - to revise/alter/adapt (a photo, manuscript) to serve a specific purpose or to improve the material
- falsify: He ~ed the birthdate on his passport.